2010 Abstracts

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Basic Science: 7:15 - 8:30

Friday, August 6, 2010

  1. Emulsified Acrylic Bone Cement Increases Antimicrobial Delivery, Miller R, McLaren A, Kweon C, Leon C, McLemore R., Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix AZ
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  2. Amphotericin Delivery from Antifungal Loaded Bone Cement (ALBC) is Increased with Increasing Porosity. Kweon C, McLaren A, Miller R, Leon C, McLemore R., Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix AZ
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  3. Amphotericin is Cytotoxic to Osteoblasts at Locally Delivered Concentrations. Harmsen S, McLaren A, Pauken C, McLemore R.
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  4. Antibiotic-loaded chitosan sponges significantly reduce bacterial contamination in a goat trauma model. Noel SP, Stinner DJ, Wenke JC, Bumgardner JD, Haggard WO., Memphis, TN
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  5. Evaluation of Two Sources of Calcium Sulfate for a Local Drug Delivery System.Parker AC, Smith JK, Smeltzer MS, Haggard WO., Memphis, TN
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  6. Preliminary Investigation of a Local Combinatorial Therapy for Polymicrobial Wound Contamination.Brooks JL, Courtney HS, Wenke JC, Bumgardner JD, Lindner E, Haggard WO., Memphis, TN
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  7. MRI Determination of Antimicrobial Concentration Distribution., Estes C, , McLaren A,Clavijo-Jordan V McLemore R., Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ.
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  8. Application of a collagen film in the prevention of biofilm formation on orthopaedic fixation devices., Nana A, Ho D, Putliwala T, Nana AD, Dimitrijevich SD.
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  9. Surface microtopography of locking compression plates and intramedullary nails does not influence local infectionrate in rabbits., Moriarty TF, Boure L, Richards RG.
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  10. Association of TLR2-R753Q polymorphism with chronic osteomyelitis. Tsezou A, Kostopoulou F, Poultsides L, Malizos KN.
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Diagnosis of Infection: 9:30 - 10:30

Friday, August 6, 2010

  1. Intra-operative Frozen Sections in the Diagnosis of Prosthetic Joint Infections: A systematic review and meta-analysis.Tsaras G, Maduka-Ezeh A, Inwards CY, Mabry T, Erwin PJ, Murad MH, Montori VM, West CP, Osmon DR, Berbari EF.
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  2. Leukocytosis Following Total Joint Arthroplasty., Deirmengian G, Zmistowski B, Jacovides C, O’Neil J, Parvizi J., Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  3. New Diagnostic Criteria for Periprosthetic Joint Infection: The Importance of WBC Count and PMN % in the Joint Aspirate.Jung KA, Jacovides C, Zmistowski B, Parvizi J., Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  4. CRP in Joint Fluid: A Molecular Marker for Periprosthetic Joint Infection?, Parvizi J, Jacovides C, Adeli B, Jung KA., Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  5. New Molecular Techniques for the Diagnosis of Infected Hardware in Orthopaedic Surgery.Palmer MP, Costerton W, Altman G, Altman D, Sewecke J.
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  6. Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of Prosthetic Joint Infection., Jacovides C, Adeli B, Jung KA, Ehrlich G, Parvizi J. Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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  7. The Usefulness of 20 Novel Cytokines Plasma Levels in the Diagnosis of Prosthetic Joint Infection., Tsaras G, Snyder MR, Balsanek JG, Peters BE, Hanssen AD, Patel R, Steckelberg JM, Osmon DR, Berbari EF.
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  8. Molecular Markers for Diagnosis of Periprosthetic Joint Infection., Parvizi J, Jacovides C, Adeli B, Jung KA., Rothman Institute, Philadelphia, PA
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Risk Factors and Prevention of Infection: 11:40 - 12:55

Friday, August 6, 2010

  1. Hematoma Formation Following Total Hip Arthroplasty: Risk Factors and Association with Infection., Hansen P, Kane P, Restrepo C, Mortazavi J, Zmistowski B, Parvizi J.
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  2. Increased Rate of Infection for Total Knee Arthroplasty in the Presence of Retained Shrapnel., Jones S, Lim E, Mildren M, Wongworawat MD.
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  3. Periprosthetic Joint Infection: Are Patients with Multiple Prosthetic Joints At Risk? Jafari SM, Casper D, Zmistowski B, Restrepo C, Parvizi J.
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  4. Distant Infection and Risk of Prosthetic Joint Infection: A Case-control Study.Tsaras G, Osmon DR, Hanssen AD, Baddour LM, Greene DG, Harmsen WS, Mandrekar JN, Steckelberg JM, Wilson WR, Berbari EF.
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  5. Use of a Simple Scoring System to Predict the Risk of Prosthetic Joint Infection (PJI): The Mayo PJI Risk Score., EF Berbari, DR Osmon, T Mabry, B Lahr, J Eckell-Passow, M Jensen, G Tsaras, JM Steckelberg, R Thompson.
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  6. Primary Total Joint Arthroplasty Performed in Operating Rooms Following Cases of Known Infection., S Namdari, P Voleti, N Pandya, G Lee.
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  7. Directed Air Flow Reduces Airborne Particulate and Bacteria in the Surgical Field During Total Hip Arthroplasty., Stocks GW, O'Connor DP, Self SD, Marcek G, Thompson B.
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  8. Personal Protection System Sterile Condition Throughout Joint Surgery.K Kearns, J Parvizi, D Junkind.
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  9. Prospective Analysis of Glove Perforation in Primary and Revision Total Hip and Total Knee Arthroplasty., A Carter, D Casper, J Parvizi, MS Austin.
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  10. Significant Reduction of the Overall Infection Rate Using Teicoplanin Augmented and Extended Prophylaxis in Elective Spine Surgery., Soultanis K, Starantzis KA, Sakellariou V, Pantos P, Karaliotas G, Pliarhopoulou F, Soucacos PN.
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Arthroplasty Infections, Other: 15:45 - 17:15

Friday, August 6, 2010

  1. Chronic Antibiotic Suppression Reduces the Recurrence Rate of Periprosthetic Knee Infections., Chen AF, Ramirez CP, Tetreault MW, Rao N, Klatt BA.
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  2. Increased Infection in Solid Organ Transplant Patients with Total Knee Arthroplasties.Steele GD, Fedorka CJ, Sanchez-Ortiz A, Heyl A, Crossett LS, Chen AF, Klatt BA.
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  3. Predictors of Successful Reimplantation of Two-Stage Revision of Total Knee Arthroplasty for Periprosthetic Infection., D Vegari, A Ho, B Zmistowski, JJ Purtill, J Parvizi, MS Austin.
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  4. Prosthetic Joint Infection caused by Gram Negative Organisms., J Parvizi, CJ Fedorka, B Zmistowski, E Sheehan, PF Sharkey, J Purtill.
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  5. Success of Repeat Two-Stage Revision for Periprosthetic Joint Infection of the Hip., J Mortazavi, JT O’Neil, B Zmistowski, MS Austin, J Parvizi, J Purtill.
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  6. Two-stage Total Hip Arthroplasty for the Treatment of a Degenerative Hip with an Ongoing or Prior Septic Arthritis., Rapuri VR, Spangehl MJ, Beauchamp CJ.
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  7. Two-Stage Exchange Arthroplasty for Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty: Are the Results as Good as They Seem? A Carter, W Arnold, MS Austin, JJ Purtill, J Parvizi.
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  8. Two-Stage Exchange Arthroplasty for Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty: Are the Results as Good as They Seem? A Carter, W Arnold, MS Austin, JJ Purtill, J Parvizi.
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  9. Efficacy of Irrigation and Debridement for Acute Post-Operative, Acute Hematogenous and Chronic Periprosthetic Joint Infection., L Koyonos, B Zmistowski, CJ Fedorka, JJ Purtill, PF Sharkey, J Parvizi.
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  10. Enterococcal Bone and Joint Infections: A working group experience along 17 years. Pensotti C, Nacinovich F, Di Stéfano C, Thierer J, Ferraris A, Stamboulian D.
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  11. Microbiology of Post-Operative Infections after Long Bone Fracture Repair. Zulfiqar S, Marculescu C, Hartsock L, Fogle PJ, Cantey JR, Salgado CD.
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  12. Treating Lower Extremity Osteomyelitis and Serious Soft Tissue Infections Without Intravenous Antibiotics. CJ Gauland.
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